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Abnormal Hair Loss Symptoms DFW TX

Which hair loss symptoms show abnormal hair shedding? Hair loss symptoms of unusual hair falling rate need immediate health care provider attention. Take the time to investigate the probable cause of the falling hair symptoms.

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Abnormal Hair Loss Symptoms

Do you see a large amount of hair fall in the shower? Do you find clumps of hair in your hand or on your pillow? You definitely should see your doctor when losing hair in large amounts after brushing, hair falling in clumps after a bath, or on the bedding. If you pull out your hair by the roots very easily, it’s a symptom of abnormal hair loss. Hair shafts become thin and break off as they exit the scalp.

Seek health care provider when the hair falls out, it’s all over the place such as covering the pillows and seen in clumps on the bath counter. A sign of the underlying medical disorder is a large quantity of hair loss. Hair loss symptom described above is a signal to seek medical attention for diagnosis of hair loss cause.

Dallas, TX hair restoration specialist,You may see excessive hair loss symptoms such as a large amount of hair on brushes and combs. In most cases, it is a temporary hair loss due to a change of medications or temporary cause. The hair will grow back to the original state after several months. Medications, such as blood pressure drugs, Beta Blockers for depression, oral contraceptives as Estrogens, Naproxen Sodium (Nuprin) and others may cause temporary hair loss. Also, excessive intake of iron or vitamin A is toxic and can cause hair loss.

 

Medical Alopecia areata hair loss symptoms 

In many cases of Alopecia areata hair loss usually falls out, resulting in smooth, round patches about the size of a coin or more significant. Cause of the illness is when the immune system attacks a person’s hair follicles.  It usually starts with one or more small, round, smooth bald patches on the scalp and can progress to total scalp hair loss or complete body hair loss. The extreme case is alopecia universals disease where complete loss of all hair on the body.

What other causes of excessive hair loss?

Excessive hair loss could result from various medical illnesses and drug treatments, alopecia areata, crash dieting, damaging hair care practice. Some diseases may lead to thinning hair, including thyroid disease, overactive or underactive thyroid gland, ringworm, syphilis, and even high fever. Conditions, such as circulatory disorders and arthritis are a factor in hair loss.

Other medical causes are hormonal changes or thyroid abnormalities, fungal infection, severe disease such as lupus, and acute emotional stress. Excessive hair loss is a result of anxiety habits, such as hair pulling or scalp rubbing, damage hair follicles. This nervous behavior is known as trichotillomania, and it affects 2 percent of the population.

*School-age children who suffer from significant hair loss with bald spots and hair breaking off should seek physician care immediately. 

Thyroid Caused Hair Loss Symptoms

Dallas, TX hair restoration specialist says that rapid hair loss is one of the symptoms associated with the thyroid problem with large amounts of hair falling out in the shower or sink. The hair’s texture is dry, coarse, or easily tangled. Itchy scalp, as well as weight gain or loss, fatigue or sleeplessness, are common symptoms of the thyroid problem.

He explains that with Thyroid hair loss, the hair fall shows a diffused hair density on the entire scalp rather than balding areas. The hair may be thinner above the ears, front, and at the temples. A unique characteristic symptom of hypothyroidism is a loss of the hair on the outer edge of the eyebrows. Also, there may be a general loss of body hair from areas other than the head.

In 2008, the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism presented the first evidence that human hair follicles are direct targets of thyroid hormones. Regrowth is usual with successful treatment of the thyroid disorder.  It will take several months. The hair loss will slow down, and eventually stop, once hormone levels are stabilized and in the normal range. At times the full thickness of the hair will never come back to its original pre thyroid state. Prolonged or excessive hair loss can be also a side effect of thyroid medications.  

A doctor's diagnosis is needed to find the cause of your hair loss.

As the above hair loss symptoms occur, a physician diagnosis is needed to evaluate the underlying disorder responsible for the hair loss. If you see sudden male hair loss, you should first check with your family doctor or internist. A dermatologist will treat skin infections that cause hair loss. It may be necessary for you to see an endocrinologist for hormone imbalances, namely androgens. A doctor can offer medical treatment to improve the hair loss condition.

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